Downtown Tybee Island is definitely the epicenter for most attractions, activities & beach access. On the southern side of the island, basically running east/west, is Tybrisa Street, (formally 16th street); and it is considered the downtown district of Tybee Island. The Tybee Island downtown area is a popular area to vacation in, especially if you prefer to be close to most of Tybee's restaurants, shops, events, and public beach access. Read on for more about downtown Tybee's appeal to guests.
One of the most recognized structures on Tybee Island is the Tybee Island Fishing Pier & Pavilion.
Looking to wet your whistle with a tasty adult beverage? Want to beat the hot Tybee Island sun? Look no further than Wet Willie's, they offer a huge selection of icy concoctions in every flavor, or mix and match to make your own unique creation. Looking for a more traditional drink? The downtown area has several options, try a favorite like Fannies on the Beach. Want to get back to the beach ASAP? No problem, there's even a walk-up window with easy to-go orders.
Downtown Tybee Island is a favorite destination if you love to show and need that perfect gift for yourself or a friend. Stroll through the unique variety of downtown shops and explore all the crafts, one-of-a-kind gifts, & delicious treats. Forgot a bathing suit or something at home? No problem, we have stores such as T.S. Chu Department Store that carry most necessities.
Start your day off right with a scrumptious Tybee Island breakfast from the local favorite Breakfast Club. Later drop into Spanky's for some of their finger-licking good original chicken fingers or grab some fresh and perfectly seasoned seafood from Sting Ray's Seafood. Many of Tybee's best restaurants are located in the downtown area.
Tybee Island is a pedestrian, bike, & even golf cart-friendly town that encourages guests to ditch the car at your vacation rental and travel beach-style throughout the island.
No bike, no problem, rent a bike from Tims Beach Gear located downtown.